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Gene and Cell Therapy – News and Features

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Top Trends Shaping Pharma in 2024: AI, Gene Editing, Biosimilars and Real-World Data

From AI's transformative role in drug discovery and CRISPR breakthroughs to the rise of biosimilars and real-world data. Learn how these innovations are reshaping pharma and driving progress in 2024.
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Novel Gene Therapy Targets Disc-Related Back Pain

An estimated 40% of low-back pain cases are attributed to degeneration of the cushiony intervertebral discs that absorb shocks and provide flexibility to the spine.
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Overcoming Obstacles in Automating Cryogenic Storage

This article explores the challenges and strategies involved in transitioning to automated cryogenic storage systems. From assessing current infrastructure to gaining organizational buy-in and selecting appropriate containers, follow these steps to help ensure a successful transition to automated cryogenic storage.
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Experimental Drug Makes Exercise Easier for People With Common Heart Condition

An experimental drug can increase oxygen uptake in people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, making it easier for them to exercise and carry out day-to-day tasks.
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Gene Therapy Eliminates 90% of Herpes Infection in Mouse Models

Preclinical studies of a new gene therapy show it can eliminate 90% or more of herpes infection and suppress how much virus can be released by an individual.
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CAR T-Cell Therapy Could Be Adapted for Solid Tumors, Study Finds

CAR T-cell therapy could be adapted to target solid tumors, potentially transforming cancer treatment.
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CRISPR Gene Editing Therapy Improved Vision in Trial for Inherited Blindness

Results from a clinical trial of CRISPR gene editing in 14 individuals with a form of inherited blindness show that the treatment is safe and led to measurable improvements in 11 of the participants treated.
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Industry Insight

Monitor What’s Happening Inside Your Cells in Real Time

At ELRIG’s Research and Innovation 2024 event, Technology Networks spoke with A4Cell to learn about its SPAchip® technology, which consists of intracellular silicon microchips that monitor cellular pathways in real time.
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Exploring the Microbiome Reveals Novel Treatments for Genetic Disorders

A new CRISPR-Cas9 molecule produced by a bacterium in the gut microbiome could have clinical potential to treat genetic diseases.
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Electricity Could Make Cells More Receptive to Certain Gene Therapies

A team of researchers in electrical engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has developed a stimulating method that could make the human body more receptive to certain gene therapies.
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